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Canal Days celebration to dig into Fort Hunter history in wake of historic find

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This year’s Canal Days celebration will be a little different than the previous 27 incarnations. For one, the attractions will be slightly cramped, relegated to a field behind the visitor center at the Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site because the usual location, the center’s parking lot, was washed away by Tropical Storm Irene. The field will hold many of traditional food stands, live bands and even a petting zoo, the types of attractions that have ...


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